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Anniversary calculator, adding and subtracting days, months and years to date
Calculator computes what day is after adding (or subtracting) given number of days, months or years to your date. It can exclude Saturdays, Sundays and country-specific holidays from computations.

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Input data - start date and number of days to count

Start date
Number of days/months/years to add/subtract
Don't includeSaturdaysSundaysPublic holidays
Your region
(needed to adjust holidays list)

Results - dates of computed anniversaries

Summary
Start date2018-10-21 (Sunday)
50 days later2018-12-10 (Tuesday)
50 days before2018-09-01 (Friday)
50 months later2022-12-21 (Wednesday)
50 months before2014-08-21 (Thursday)
50 years later2068-10-21 (Sunday)
50 years before1968-10-21 (Monday)
Days excluded while adding days (coming in the future)
Number of excluded saturdays
Number of excluded sundays
Number of excluded public holidays
Excluded public holidays
Total number of excluded days
Days excluded while subtracting days (from the past)
Number of excluded saturdays
Number of excluded sundays
Number of excluded public holidays
Excluded public holidays
Total number of excluded days
Anniversaries (days)
100 days anniversary2019-01-29 (Wednesday)
1000 days anniversary2021-07-17 (Sunday)
100 days before2018-07-13 (Tuesday)
1000 days before2016-01-25 (Sunday)
Anniversaries (months)
100 months anniversary2027-02-21 (Sunday)
1000 months anniversary2102-02-21 (Tuesday)
100 months before2010-06-21 (Monday)
1000 months before1935-06-21 (Friday)
Anniversaries (years)
100 years anniversary2118-10-21 (Friday)
1000 years anniversary3018-10-21 (Wednesday)
100 years before1918-10-21 (Monday)
1000 years before1018-10-21 (Wednesday)

Some facts

  • We may think, that adding or subtracting a few days (months, years) to (from) given date is a piece of cake. However, if we go deeper, we will find that there are many potential problems related to days arithmetic. Some months have 30, but other 31 days. Hey, but February has only 28 days! But, wait... once every four years February has 29 days. But which years are leap and which years are not? Argh! Maybe it will be easier to use Calculla?

What is the meaning of each calculator field ?

  • Start date - it is date used as reference to all further calculations. For example, if you want to know what date will be 50 days after Easter set this field to Easter day and number of days to 50.
  • Number of days/months/years to add/subtract - this is a number of days (months, years), which will be added (and subtracted) from your reference date set in "start date" field.
  • Don't include (Saturdays/Sundays/public holidays) - use this fields to exclude selected days from calculations. For example you can use this option if you want to count next 20 working days from today. In this case you should exclude all non-working days i.e.: Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays. This option is applied when shifting days only i.e. it doesn't affect result of adding/subtracing months or years.
  • Your region - this option is used only, when holidays exclusion is enabled (see "Don't include" field). Based on this field, Calculla will adjust list of known holidays to place where you live.

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"Calculla v1" version of this calculatorIn December 2016 the Calculla website has been republished using new technologies and all calculators have been rewritten. Old version of the Calculla is still available through this link: v1.calculla.com. We left the version 1 of Calculla untouched for archival purposes.
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